Journal of Water and Health, Volume 20, Issue 5, 1 May 2022


Adapting sanitary inspections for the monitoring of small drinking water supplies in Iceland
R. King; M. J. Gunnarsdottir; Þ. Narfason; S. Hjaltadóttir; Á. Sigurðsson; J. Herschan; S. M. Gardarsson; R. M. McKeown; K. Pond
J Water Health (2022) 20 (5): 755–769.

Genetic characterization and antimicrobial susceptibility of Escherichia coli isolated from household water sources in northern Ghana
Elvis Kichana; Francis Addy; Osman Adamu Dufailu
J Water Health (2022) 20 (5): 770–780.

Relationships between extreme flows and microbial contamination in inland recreational swimming areas
Kathryn Vincent; Danswell Starrs; Victoria Wansink; Natasha Waters; Aparna Lal
J Water Health (2022) 20 (5): 781–793.

Human source identification by using a human-associated Escherichia coli genetic marker in the Mae Klong River, Thailand
Pimchanok Nopprapun; Suwanna Kitpati Boontanon; Pitchaya Piyaviriyakul; Rawiwan Sweattatut; Shigeo Fujii; Hidenori Harada
J Water Health (2022) 20 (5): 794–802.

Determination of salt concentration in water using decision trees and electromagnetic waves
Ebru Efeoglu; Gurkan Tuna
J Water Health (2022) 20 (5): 803–815.

Modeling the relationship between SARS-CoV-2 RNA in wastewater or sludge and COVID-19 cases in three New England regions
Elyssa Anneser; Emily Riseberg; Yolanda M. Brooks; Laura Corlin; Christina Stringer
J Water Health (2022) 20 (5): 816–828.

Assessment of groundwater arsenic contamination using machine learning in Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh, India
S. Kumar; J. Pati
J Water Health (2022) 20 (5): 829–848.

Associations between extreme precipitation, drinking water, and protozoan acute gastrointestinal illnesses in four North American Great Lakes cities (2009–2014)
Ryan C. Graydon; Michael Mezzacapo; Jennifer Boehme; Seth Foldy; Thomas A. Edge; Jordan Brubacher; Hing Man Chan; Matthew Dellinger; Elaine M. Faustman; Joan B. Rose; Tim K. Takaro
J Water Health (2022) 20 (5): 849–862.

Novel water treatment system in a low-resource community
R. C. Nogueira; M. Nigro; J. Veuthey; M. D. F Thior; C. O. D. Amour; J. Voillat
J Water Health (2022) 20 (5): 863–870.

The pH of bottled water commercially available in Australia and its implications for oral health
Jeremiah Schmidt; Boyen Huang
J Water Health (2022) 20 (5): 871–876.

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